Movie Two-Liners Entry #7

March 25th, 2009 by Wordsman

This week’s puzzle:

A teacher gets distracted from his classes trying to find an old box that’s been missing for a while.  He finds it, loses it, tracks it down again, tries to destroy it, and then when it’s finally opened he doesn’t get to see what’s inside.

Last week’s puzzle:

A college dropout goes on a journey to understand what killed his father.  On the way he is imprisoned for stealing from himself, but he is let loose, and he goes home to kill the man who set him free.

And the answer is . . . ▼

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2 Responses

  1. Dave Says:

    Yes, that’s what the Hebrews thought.

  2. A Fan Says:

    I can still remember how startlingly good it seemed the first time I saw it. Also, for a movie that pretends to be nostalgic about it’s genre, it was amazingly fresh.

    Plus, it even has a little Gilbert and Sullivan in it.

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